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Unemployment is high in the enclave and employees say their families will be at risk if they are laid off from the agency.
The party will organise a 'Vyapar Bachao-Mazdoor Bachao' rally in Karol Bagh on Friday, convener of the campaign Mukesh Sharma said.
Hundreds of people from the upper caste communities took to streets across the state early in the day to protest against the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.
As many as 22 men were arrested from the spot and produced before court for breach of peace, after which they were sent into judicial custody.
The SAPAKS is an outfit of state government employees, which has been waging a battle against reservation in promotion.
Senior separatist leaders said New Delhi has never believed in empowering people of Jammu and Kashmir or the institutions there.
Anitha, a Dalit and resident of non-descript Kuzhumur village, studied under the State-board syllabus and secured 1176 marks out of 1200 in the Class XII public examination.
In a statement, the UN human rights regional office for Central America said that it had received a letter Thursday from the foreign ministry notifying it that the government's invitation was over.
In Chemnitz, like in many other towns and cities, there is a simmering anger over crimes committed by migrants which have been given a high profile in the media.
It comes as Saudi Arabia takes an increasingly combative approach to international criticism of its human rights record, imposing a raft of sanctions against Canada after it spoke out earlier this mon
The other pardons concern people sentenced in connection with the demonstrations in the disadvantaged region, according to the Moroccan press.
The Madras High Court today transferred to the CBI the probe into the police firing in Thoothukudi district during the anti-Sterlite protests that claimed 13 lives.
The protests had broken out after, in a controversial move last month, Romania sacked top anti-graft prosecutor Laura Codruta Kovesi -- considered a symbol of the country's fight against corruption.
The mosque, completed last year, replaced an earlier structure that had been built to replace Weizhou's 600-year-old Chinese-style mosque, which was destroyed during the Cultural Revolution.
The government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has denied the allegations that its activists were involved, though reports and witnesses have given a different picture.